Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has refused to surrender in the English Premier League title race despite the Gunners 3-1 home loss to Manchester United over the weekend. Mourinho accused Wenger of gamesmanship and intentionally misleading his opponent.
Wenger had ruled the France forward out of Saturday's visit of Mourinho's Manchester United only to name him in the starting line-up.
"Matic is injured but will play for sure, I'm telling the truth but he will play for sure", Mourinho declared towards the end of a lengthy injury update. "What did you want me to do, leave him at home?"
Wenger's side had 33 shots on goal but came undone with Antonio Valencia's goal and Jesse Lingard's double either side of Alexandre Lacazette's strike.
"Yes I thought he wouldn't play, yes", Wenger added.
The boss feels that his anger and that of the Arsenal players at getting nothing for such an impressive and dominant display could be used to spur us on to success in the coming weeks and months.
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"If I am a player, and I think with what we produced, we have a huge potential, and we lose the game".
"He had tests on Friday morning and we thought he wouldn't play". The weekend's woes were completed when the league leaders Man City scored a very late victor after it looked like they may be held by West Ham and that goal gives them a huge gap of 15 points over Arsenal.
"I don't want to forget my congratulations to both medical departments", Mourinho saif after the game. But Arsenal's medical department managed to recover a player from a no to a complete 90.
"In the second half, I saw a great Arsenal team on the pitch - they showed fantastic character and personality".
Mourinho sarcastically praised the Gunners' medical department after the match and returned to the same subject this week by suggesting reports that David Silva might be forced to miss the Manchester derby could be filed under L for Lacazette.